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Our Once and Future Planet by Paddy Woodworth. The environmental movement is plagued by pessimism - with so many complicated, seemingly intractable problems facing the planet, it’s hard not to focus on the negative. But that paints an unbalanced picture of environmental stewardship today. There are success stories, and Woodworth delivers a fascinating account of one of the most impressive areas of current environmental experimentation and innovation: ecological restoration. (Signed by the author)
Ecological Restoration by Andre Clewell and James Aronson. This book offers a comprehensive account of the field for everyone who initiates, finances, designs, manages, and implements ecological restoration projects, and all those who serve in supportive roles. This revised and reorganized edition brings the book up to date with new developments and current trends in the field. (Available in English, Spanish, and Portuguese)
Toward a Natural Forest, by Jim Furnish, former Deputy Chief of the USDA Forest Service and Siuslaw National Forest Supervisor. Toward a Natural Forest offers an insider’s view of a tumultuous time in the history of the Forest Service, presenting twin tales of transformation, both within the agency and within the author’s evolving environmental consciousness. While stewarding our national forests with the best of intentions, had the Forest Service diminished their ecological values? (Signed by the author)